Student organisations within sustainability
Student organisations at Lund University
Hållbart universitet is a non-profit organisation for students.
Hållbart universitet is an umbrella organisation with different subgroups such as Bee the Change, Food Saving Lund, Intersection, Climatestudents, Sustainability Book Club, Sustainable Leaders and Collect and Affect.
Lund Sustainable Engineers
Lund Sustainable Engineers (LSE) is a student organisation at LTH. At Lund Sustainable Engineers students develop and deepen their understanding of the environment, ethics and sustainable development. LSE arranges lectures, seminars, pubs, movienights and discussions.
Engineers without borders
Engineers Without Borders’ local group in Lund is open for both students and professionals regardless of their background. Everyone who wants to contribute and actively improve the world are welcome to join.
The Association of Foreign Affairs in Lund (abbreviated to UPF Lund from its Swedish name, Utrikespolitiska Föreningen) provides a space for students and those interested in exploring the world of politics and foreign affairs.
UPF has eight working committees open for all members to join, in addition to a career section. UPF host lectures at least once a week that have been presented by prominent lecturers such as Margot Wallström, Kofi Annan, Cecilia Malmström and Jan Eliasson. There are several media outlets such as the web magazine The Perspective Webzine, the physical magazine The Perspecitve Magazine, and the award-winning The Perspective Radio. UPFs travel committee organizes regular trips abroad, and a cooperation with the Lund Diplomatic Club has recently resulted in a Mentorship Programme and a Prep Course for members interested in an international career.
Oikos is an international student-driven organization for sustainability in economics and management. Oikos programs strive to embed environmental and social perspectives in faculties for economics and management. Oikos do conferences, seminars, speeches, case competitions and other initiatives to transform teaching and research, and promote the integration of sustainability in curricula.
Lund University Students Project Sex, is a reknown student organisation working for better sexual health amongst students on a physical, emotional and social level. P6! goal is to achieve greater awareness and a safer sexual behaviour amongst students. They also work for increased respect for individuals sexual identity.
Lund University’s Political and Economic Association (LUPEF) is a politically and religiously independent association for students of political science or other affiliated educations at Lund University. The purpose of the association is to offer these students a social network, provide education surveillance and stimulate political and economic debate.
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